Saturday, March 8, 2014

Pil-Sook Diet

This is not a blog entry from my 2013 catch-up...

I got an Case study again for CHEM 4 and It's about the "Pil-Sook Diet"

A fad in South Korea, the Pil-sook Plan comes from hit K-drama Dream High. When pop-star wannabe Pil-sook wants to drop 65 pounds in 200 days, her teacher paraphrases twentieth-century nutritionist Adelle Davis’ famous rule: “Eat breakfast like a queen, lunch like a commoner, dinner like a pauper.” The catch: No liquids after 7 p.m. and mandatory daily 30-minute jump-roping sessions.
 For me: This is what the diet says “Eat breakfast like a queen lunch like a commoner, dinner like a pauper. I woke up ravenous anything I craveI’d sneak into my Queen breakfast” Yes, eating breakfast in the morning can help you boost your energy as it says Breakfast is the most important meal of the day because this wakes up your body and warms up your metabolism so it’s set throughout the day. That sums up you won’t starve after eating your breakfast.
The diet didn’t say any detailed food to take each meal but, everyone should be aware enough to choose what you eat. It’s not that you woke up ravenous you’ll going to eat anything you’re craving for.

Pil-Sook diet somehow help you lose weight but, not totally trim your fats down instantaneously. It is also after 7pm which requires no more liquids right before the clock strikes at 7pm. This help you metabolize what you munch through the day. But, on the other hand it can also be bad for your health because it may dehydrate you. It also requires a 30 jumping-rope session every day which is really good. If you want to lose weight faster you must exercise more.

Generally, it’s not that everyone can live on this diet. If you can’t survive eating like a pauper at night why do you need to torture yourself go ahead and eat. But, make sure everything you eat every meal you choose the right food Remember, you are what you eat. And if you want to be fit and healthy go on an exercise at least an hour standing, walk for at least 30 minutes. You have a choice each and every day.

Your body is the baggage you must carry through life, the more excess the baggage the more excess the trip.” – Arnold S. Glasgow

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